Wall-mounted Vaisala HMW90 Series HUMICAP® Humidity and Temperature Transmitters measure relative humidity and temperature in indoor HVAC applications, where high accuracy, stability, and reliable operation are required. Transmitters include a display and a sliding cover with either an opening for the display or a solid front. Both analog and digital output options, including special scalings and calculated parameters, are available.
♦ Both analog and digital output
♦ Easy installation, configuration, and field adjustment
♦ Humidity parameter options: relative humidity, dew point, mixing ratio, enthalpy, wet bulb temperature, dew point depression, and absolute humidity
♦ Full 0 ... 100%RH measurement range
♦ Up to ±1.7%RH accuracy
♦ User exchangeable humidity and temperature module
♦ NIST traceable calibration(certificate included)
♦ Available in two colors
The introduction of digital (BACnet/Modbus) communication to field level devices brings many advantages. Wiring is simple when multiple sensors are installed on the same bus. Sensors can be set up using standardized tools, and the system can be enlarged with additional sensors quickly and conveniently. In addition, parameters influencing measurements, such as pressure or site elevation, can be centrally set and updated.
On-site calibration and adjustment is exceptionally easy. The sliding cover exposes offset trimmers for one point calibration without disturbing measurement. The display instantly indicates the effects of changes, making it clear and convenient to make adjustments. A service port enables two-point calibration, using either a PC or the Vaisala HUMICAP® Hand-Held Humidity and Temperature Meter HM70. HMW90 series transmitters include a user-exchangeable measurement module, which can be ordered as a spare part.
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